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Dell urges green agenda to attract investment

The head of Dell’s Irish business has urged the government to position the country as a base for international investment in green technologies.

21st November, 2009

The head of Dell’s Irish business has urged the government to position the country as a base for international investment in green technologies.

Dermot O’Connell, general manager of the computer maker’s Irish operations, said that the company’s own research suggested that the global market for environmental goods and services would be about €950 billion next year.

‘‘It’s an absolutely massive business,” said O’Connell. ‘‘From an Ireland Inc...

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